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  • Plant and Soil | Call for papers: special issue on

    Plant and Soil | Call for papers: special issue on "plant ...

    Plant and Soil is seeking submissions for a Special Issue on"Plantsoil interaction in grasslands of Mongolia plateau" guest edited by WenHao Zhang (Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; whzhang), Long Li (China Agricultural University, China; lilong), Feike Dijkstra, University of Sydney, Australia; ), Biao Zhu (Peking ...

  • Antifungal activity of Mongolian medicinal plant extracts

    Antifungal activity of Mongolian medicinal plant extracts

    The in vitro antifungal activity of extracts obtained from 14 medicinal plants of the mongolian flora were investigated by measuring their minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) against fungi cause of cutaneous diseases such as Candida species, dermatophytes and Malassezia the species examined, Stellaria dichotoma L., Scutellaria scordifolia L. Aquilegia sibirica Fisch.

  • Mongolia Launches National Campaign to Plant One Billion ...

    Mongolia Launches National Campaign to Plant One Billion ...

     · The campaign is part of Mongolia's efforts to reduce the impact of planetwide climate change and to bolster the country's contribution to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. "The national campaign to plant a billion trees begins today," Yangug Sodbaatar, chiefofstaff of the office of Mongolia's president, said on Monday in Ulaanbataar, while announcing ...

  • China's Crackdown on Mongolian Culture – The Diplomat

    China's Crackdown on Mongolian Culture – The Diplomat

     · China's Crackdown on Mongolian Culture. A new policy promoting Mandarinlanguage eduion has sparked protests in Inner Mongolia and outrage across .

  • MCA Mongolia

    MCA Mongolia

     · INVITATION FOR BIDS. Wastewater Recycling Plant DesignBuild. Procurement ID: CB No: MCAM/CF/WRA/W01 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. July 26, 2021. The United States of America, acting through the Millennium Challenge Corporation ("MCC") and the Government of Mongolia (the "Government") have entered into a Millennium Challenge Compact for Millennium Challenge Account .

  • MONGOLIA'S NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTION TO .

    MONGOLIA'S NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTION TO .

    Mongolia has developed its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), which was approved by the Government Decree of November 2019, with the aim to contribute to the Paris Agreement. In the NDC, Mongolia has enhanced its mitigation efforts with policies and measures to be implemented in key economic and natural resource management sectors by 2030. The mitigation target of Mongolia.

  • Native Plants Of Mongolia

    Native Plants Of Mongolia

     ·  · Threats to Mongolia's Plant Life . The plants of Mongolia are faced by both natural and humancaused threats, such as spring fires after dry winters, desertifiion in the southern part of the country, and air pollution. Among the native plant species of Mongolia which need to be conserved are; the silver spike Siberian trout lily, hoary yellow cress, spreading bedstraw, and the .

  • Mongolia Water Compact | Millennium Challenge Corporation

    Mongolia Water Compact | Millennium Challenge Corporation

     · MCC and Mongolia Break Ground on 93 Million Infrastructure Project 8/20/2021; MCC Mongolia Water Compact Starts 5Year Timeline with Entry Into Force 4/5/2021;, Mongolia Celebrate Signing of 350 Million MCC Compact to Address Impending Water Crisis 9/20/2018; Readout from MCC Board of Directors June Meeting 6/19/2018

  • Environmental Impact Assessment Mongolia: Darkhan ...

    Environmental Impact Assessment Mongolia: Darkhan ...

    Environmental Impact Assessment Project Number: July 2014 Mongolia: Darkhan Wastewater Management Project Prepared by Environ LLC for the Asian Development Bank. This environmental impact assessment is a document of the borrower. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of ADB's Board of Directors, Management, or staff, .

  • Ulaanbaatar TES2 CHP Power Plant Mongolia

    Ulaanbaatar TES2 CHP Power Plant Mongolia

     · Ulaanbaatar TES2 CHP Power Plant Mongolia is loed at Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Loion coordinates are: Latitude=, Longitude= This infrastructure is of TYPE Coal Power Plant with a design capacity of MWe. It has 3 unit(s). The first unit was commissioned in 1961 and the last in 1969. It is operated by Thermal Power Plant2 SSH Co.

  • Environmental Impact Assessment Mongolia: Darkhan ...

    Environmental Impact Assessment Mongolia: Darkhan ...

    Environmental Impact Assessment Project Number: July 2014 Mongolia: Darkhan Wastewater Management Project Prepared by Environ LLC for the Asian Development Bank. This environmental impact assessment is a document of the borrower. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of ADB's Board of Directors, Management, or staff, and may be .

  • Human Impact and Land Degradation in Mongolia | Land Portal

    Human Impact and Land Degradation in Mongolia | Land Portal

    Climate warming and human actions both have negative impacts on the land cover of Mongolia, and are accelerating land degradation. Anthropogenic factors which intensify the land degradation process include mining, road erosion, overgrazing, agriculture soil erosion, and soil pollution, which all have direct impacts on the environment. In 2009–2010, eroded mining land in

  • What Is Desertifiion and How Does It Impact Mongolia ...

    What Is Desertifiion and How Does It Impact Mongolia ...

    The Mongolian government needs to enforce rehabilitation requirements for mining companies, collaborate with local communities, and quickly and effectively utilize other methods to reduce soil erosion. Otherwise, the effects of desertifiion will only become more severe, leaving Mongolia and the rest of the world limited opportunities to restore the land.

  • PlanetGOLD Mongolia

    PlanetGOLD Mongolia

     · PlanetGOLD Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. 601 likes · 47 talking about this. planetGOLD Монгол: Алтны бичил уурхайд мөнгөн .

  • Wild edible plants collected and consumed by the locals in ...

    Wild edible plants collected and consumed by the locals in ...

     · They have a significant impact on the conservation and sustainable development of regional biodiversity [1,2,3,4,5,6]. ... Allium senescens is called máng gé ěr, and Urtica cannabina is called hā lā hǎi cài, from the plant's folk Mongolian names manggir and halagai. Therefore, the Mongolian people and Han Chinese also present exchange and reference phenomena in the .

  • The UB Post | Mongolia's leading English language news ...

    The UB Post | Mongolia's leading English language news ...

     · The UB Post was first founded in 1996 and has since become Mongolia's leading Englishlanguage news outlet. As part of the broader Mongol News Group, The UB Post provides comprehensive coverage of social, economic and political developments in Mongolia and elsewhere. We aim to provide the public with information which draws upon the broader Mongolian .

  • Plant Hope for Humankind in Mongolia's Gobi Desert ...

    Plant Hope for Humankind in Mongolia's Gobi Desert ...

     · Mongolia's antidesertifiion and afforestation project began in the mid2000s. In 2005, the Korean and Mongolian government planned to establish a 200,000hectare greenbelt with a total length of about 3,700 km. The first phase of the project was implemented for 10 years from 2007 to 2016. As a result, a total of 3,046 hectares of afforestation was completed in desert and arid regions ...

  • Chinafunded thermal power plant expansion completed in ...

    Chinafunded thermal power plant expansion completed in ...

     · Chinafunded thermal power plant expansion completed in Mongolia. ULAN BATOR, Sept. 4 (Xinhua) The completion and commissioning ceremony of the Chinafunded expansion of a thermal power plant was held Friday in Erdenet, capital of Mongolia's northern province of Orkhon. The project was executed by China's Hunan Industrial Equipment ...

  • Explaining spatial variations in climate hazard impacts in ...

    Explaining spatial variations in climate hazard impacts in ...

     · The winter of 2009/2010 induced a mass loss of livestock known as dzud in Mongolia. We examine spatial heterogeneity in this livestock loss in a western Mongolian province using a semistructured questionnaire, key informant interviews, meteorological station data, and two datasets derived from satellite imagery. We identify marked local variability in the impact of winter 2009/2010 ...

  • Home | Mongolian Economy

    Home | Mongolian Economy

     · Despite significant challenges facing Mongolia's economic and financial markets amid the COVID19 pandemic over the past years, market capitalization, trading volumes, and index, have all... Economy > Tourism. Covid Impact on Mongolia Tourism. Numerous business sectors have been hardhit by the pandemic lockdowns, particularly services, restaurants, pubs, hairdressers, and gyms, but .

  • Inner Mongolian grassland plant phenological changes and ...

    Inner Mongolian grassland plant phenological changes and ...

    Inner Mongolian grassland plant phenological changes and their climatic drivers Sci Total Environ. 2019 Sep 15;683:18. doi: /j ... Nevertheless, the effects of such warming on changes in EOS were possibly overshadowed by the impacts of precipitation in this arid/semiarid region. As a result, the temporal variations in EOS distribute divergent directions and magnitudes across space and ...

  • Land | Free FullText | Modeling Integrated Impacts of ...

    Land | Free FullText | Modeling Integrated Impacts of ...

    Mongolia contains some of the largest intact grasslands in the world, but is vulnerable to future changes in climate and continued increases in the number of domestic livestock. As these are two major drivers of change, it is important to understand interactions between the impact of climate and grazing on productivity of Mongolia's rangelands and the livelihoods they sustain.